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The program's basic features are free for home users and for client operation systemsdownload ssdready buy ssdready
11.99 - 49.99 USD per user (to enable extra functionality).
Price includes technical support by E-mail and free upgrades for the current version ( 1.x ).
Windows Server 2003
Windows Server 2008
SsdReady is a lightweight and easy to use application that will estimate how long an Solid-state drive will last in your computer.
Can you benefit from using a solid-state drive?
What's the most effective way to keep your PC not just up to speed, but blazing fast? Solid-state drives give you a memory boost in a way that other technologies just can't -- not a new processor, not a new video card. A solid-state drive (SSD) beats your regular hard drive when it comes to reading data. While a hard drive takes time to spin up as it seeks data, an SSD has a seek time of practically zero. Not only that, solid-state drives are vibration-free and never overheat -- and with prices continuing to fall, they're cheaper than ever to buy.
However, that doesn't mean they're perfect. You've probably heard about write endurance, which is how many times a drive can be written and rewritten with data before it wears out and can't be saved to anymore. Solid-state drives have lower write endurance than traditional hard drives; if you use an SSD a lot, you may be in the habit of frequently buying replacement drives.
Which is where we come in. Our SsdReady tool for Windows will calculate the longevity of your SSD so you can estimate well in advance how long it will last. This tool allows for disk write optimization to make sure that your data-saving habits don't go up against the write limit. A helpful tip: your information can still be accessed in read-only mode after you hit the limit, but it can't be saved anymore on that drive. Even so, SsdReady will help you avoid that possibility altogether. We'll keep your PC speedy while also keeping your solid-state drive in (wait for it) solid shape, no matter what your usage patterns are.
The program's basic features are free for home users and for Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7. For server operating systems, it's necessary to buy a server license first. The free version will show you all information except the writes by process and how much writes generated by the specific file.